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Alloy Digest (1955) 4 (1): TS-29.
Published: 01 January 1955
... OMEGA is a silicon-manganese shock-resisting tool steel recommended for repeated and severe impact service. This is an A.S.M. Class III-C tool steel (SAE Type S5.) This datasheet provides information on composition, hardness, and tensile properties as well as fracture toughness. It also includes...
Alloy Digest (2016) 65 (4): SA-749.
Published: 01 April 2016
... compression tests using an omega structure with a spot-welded closure plate at an impact velocity of 56 kph (35 mph). These tests have demonstrated the very good impact behavior of these steels. See Fig. 3. Copyright © 2016, ASM International®. All rights reserved. FORTIFORM® (Formable High-Strength Steel...
Alloy Digest (2005) 54 (7): Ti-136.
Published: 01 July 2005
... the for- mation of omega phase in thick sections of this alloy, depending on the microstructural properties desired. Machinability: Allvac Ti-15Mo alloy can be machined with new and sharp tools using higher feed rates and reduced machining speeds. It is important to irrigate the tooling and workpiece well...
Alloy Digest (1962) 11 (5): TS-118.
Published: 01 May 1962
... Equivalents: AISI-SAE Type S5 Omega Dethlehem Allegheny 609 Allegheny Ludlum Carpenter 481 Carpenter Steel Impact Columbia Steel Chimo Firrh-Sterling Magic J essop Orleans Simonds Mosil Vanadium .4lloys General Characteri st K s: Vulcan 4870 is a shock-resisting steel of the silicon- manganese rype with small...
Alloy Digest (1962) 11 (12): TS-127.
Published: 01 December 1962
..., such as Omega. Small tools should be held at the tempering temper- ature for at least one hour and larger rctols for two hours per inch of greatest thickness. If exceptionally low tempering temperatures such as 212 or 300°F are used, these holding times should be doubled. if a second temper is preferred...
Alloy Digest (1987) 36 (8): Ti-87.
Published: 01 August 1987
..., a portion of the beta phase transforms to a finely dispersed alpha (hexagonal closepackcd)phase. Unlike someof the other beta alloys, Beta-C does not develop the brittle omega phase during heat treatment. By varying the aging temperature and time. large variations in tensile strength can be obtained...